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Department
Geography
Course
GEO 106
Professor
Abednego Aryee
Semester
Fall

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Changing historical city structure We saw this earlier and now will look atit in some more detail Buenos Aires Accra and Tema = Ghana (coco, chocolate The main phases of structural change can be identified, triggered by technological (especially transportation) , social and economic change: Development of Canadian pacific ( Carlgary) The pedestrian city, with its compact localized urban structure embedded in a predominantly rural landscape. Everywhere can be reached by walking Reasonably compact and selfcontained structure govvemenret by foot distances The metropolitan city, the growth of which was triggered predominantly by the development of public transportation Expansion of form as populations grow and streetcars allow limited deconcentration. Old structure still visible. Strip retailing develops The Megalapolitan city, with growth and form trigger
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